The performers found it unbelievably cheesy, and some, even an unbelievable lie. This discussion turned into argument, which turned into theories, which turned into bets. Did their Buster Moon deny love? Have some forbidden love affair? Did he have his heart broken into a million pieces years ago? No one knew, and they were dying to find out. And so, the bet began, who could prove their fellow castmates wrong.
Moon Theatre had grown popular since its grand music show, and it was now used for not only performances, but exhibitions, galas, even weddings (for the musical theatre lovers). Buster wasn’t completely comfortable with the idea that his precious home was wanted by some who didn’t seem to share the same adoration for theatre as he, but the checks signed for him made him sing a different tune. So, galas were put on once in awhile, some for non-theatrical expenses, others for strictly the arts, but no matter which one it was, rehearsals were mandatory, and shows were topnotch.
// from top left to bottom right: Humanized!Ash, Rosita, Meena and another Ash //
I’d imagine Rosita having a shaved head. She has 25 young kids; all that hair pulling and them sticking gum/whatnot in her hair, she learned it was best to have no hair.
Mike is spilling the entire story as if it were some dramatic soap opera, complete with a bear mob, car chase, true love (though Mike is unable to come up with his companion’s name at first try), and near death. It isn’t until his fall on Meena that the mouse’s tone changes, he points a tiny finger and calls her out. “You!”